Datapoint Sango/d͡ʒ - voiced palato-alveolar sibilant affricate

It occurs, I think, in dialects of different Ubangian languages varying with a grooved fricative. Protestant literature used to spell the word zo as <jo>, probably because of the Banda speakers that were in the Baptist Mid-Missions zone.

Values

Exists only as a minor allophone

Example 59-396:

zo
person, human being